Not sure what is going on but my plant is sick and i dont know what to do

White widow autoflower in coco. Only been getting water since showing signs of nute burn like 4 days ago. Could this be overwatering? Any help with diagnosing this?

Looks like bug damage (spots)

And slight overwatering (yellowing creeping in from lowers and tips.

How often and how much do you water?

I don’t like the white spots, check under the leaves for eggs and mites. That’s what mite damage looks like regardless if it is or not.

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Hows it going bro. Long time no chat

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Hands always full holding back a responsibility avalanche, and it’s always snowing more!

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Haha well stated. No rest for the wicked tho right? :wink:

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Getting 10 oz of water twice a day, once in the morning before the 95 degree heat sets in, and again at like 4PM when the soil gets dried out.

I checked under the leaves, looks like tiny white globs underneath. Are those eggs? And how to I keep them from spreading to my other plants and off this one?

Cut that in half. 5-6 oz a time twice daily. Coco requires more watering then soil and im definitely not a coco guy. But their are tons around. Shatter may even be one :joy:.

The blobs are more then likely eggs. Can u get pics of them? Would help in your next step. Different approaches to diff pests

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This is the best I could get without hurting the plant. It’s the leaf I’m curling upwards

Doesnt look natural at all. I think Sicko had mite battles for years @imSICKkid. @GreenJewels knows a ton of tricks. @Hellraiser is a knowledge of wealth. N @Shatter called it early. Someone will chime in to help.

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Thank you! I wanna make sure this won’t spread to my other plants

Insecticidal soap and or my favorite, 'liquid ladybug".
You may already have an infestation on other plants.
Magnification is an absolute necessity for any grower, I use a microscope and jeweler’s loupe.
Punctuality and consistency is the only way you’re gonna win!
Timing of application is critical to destroy any hatching eggs that may have survived any prior spaying.
Ya can’t slack off just because you don’t see them anymore, it only takes one mite, they’re asexual.

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Lmfao I have never had mites :joy::joy::joy:

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My bad. It musta been Cyle… i just remember PAGES of info on mite battles

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Captain Jack’s deadbug on tops and bottoms of leaves. Spray, wait three days spray again for a few weeks. Gotta screw their life cycle. Also, spray your soil & spray close to sun down or well before sun up.

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Oh I hate spider mites. They canay thousands of eggs in their shirt little 2-4 week life span and quickly suck the life out of a plant. Depending on temp(they like it hot) the eggs can hatch in a few days to a week. Some other spider mites sprays are

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001VJ83LW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_QjAdFb51G0NPZ

This can be found in cheaper smaller sizes and ready mix sprays on the Sierra Natural Science website

I’ve also heard azamax works well.
Make sure whatever product you use to eliminate them, follow the directions and repeat the process

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Dont put that curse on me Ricky Bobby!!

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Don’t worry, I sprayed this thread with mo’jo voodoo DDT!

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Go fast go fast go fast! Seriously. All time best Ferrell movie :laughing::laughing:

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my weed has bugs, and I dont care! Why you ask? Ok maybe you didnt ask but Ima gonna tell ya anyhoo. Because… for every bad bug there us a good bug eating them. Heck I was filling my water tanks and I watched a wasp as it was viciously killing and eating little flies and black aphids. Picking them off in flight 1 by 1 and eating them. He killed 4 times what he ate. Some he caught and killed but dropped. It aas fascinating to watch and gave me a new appreciation for the little bastards.

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